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egghead, an intellectual entering politics. he had a very noble vision of politics. anybody hearing these word will be surprised by them in his acceptance speech in his 1952 convention, he talked to his fellow democrats and said, we shouldn't just worry about winning the election. we have to worry about how it is won. how -- listen to this language -- how well we can take advantage of this great opportunity to debate issues sense my and civilly. better we lose the election than mislead the people. at it time to talk sense to the american people. noble as all get out, but also kind of sending a softball to richard nixon and dwight eisenhower's plate and they can knock out. and there's a shot from the stage and there's a hole in the shoe. a guy who never gets control over the situation and of course in the end loses. so the book is kind of written like a novel and these characters enter in and out with the central character who is undergoing a nervous breakdown. i make a fair amount of richard nixon's psychology, and i know that's not farcable to psychologize a character, but, hey, it
is a proponent. stephenson becomes throughout the course of this it very fade egghead, and intellectual entering politics. he has a very noble vision of politics. i think anybody here will be kind of surprised by them. in his acceptance speech in 1952 convention, he talks to fellow democrats and he says, we shouldn't just worry about winning the election. we have to worry about how it is one, how would we can take advantage. how well he can take advantage of this great opportunity to debate issues sensibly and soberly. better we lose the election than mislead the people. it's time to talk sense to the american people. noble as all get out but also you know kind of sending a softball across richard nixon and dwight eisenhower's plate that they knocked out of the park, which they do. this is also a campaign in which adlai stevenson the democratic candidate is shot from below on the stage and there's a hole in his shoe and grand speculation as to what did the whole in issue mean. he's a guy who never really gets control over the situation in the course in the end toulouse is. the book is written li
, left wing egghead organization that's part of an anti-gun agenda is now hiding and they are in essence, the epitome of hypocrisy. >> sean: you were d.a. how long. >> d.a. 12 years and assistant d.a. for 15 years, a county judge, i mean. >> sean: you've done it all and you're still 28 years old to me, but in all seriousness, this is not an area that's crime-free. >> not at all. i've prosecuted 40,000 cases a we are in westchester county. may be an affluent suburban community, but there are crime areas in the county just as there are in over part of the country. the question you're going to ask, do you have a recourse? no, right now, the answer is no. that information, your name and your address is public, but what the journal news wanted, sean, they wanted to know how many guns, what caliber of guns. what judge, judge signs your permit and by the way i used to sign pistol permits as a gun and to get a permit in new york state you've got to comply with a background check that involves criminal history. >> sean: hold on. >> your reputation and mental health-- >> it's hard to get it. >> it
eggheads and called the decision to publish the maps as asinine. >> we'll hear what the newspaper has to say in response to that. >>> relatives of some of the 12 people killed in the colorado movie theater massacre have flatly rejected an invitation to attend the reopening of the theater. outraged family members called it a disgusting offer saying they had not reached out to them previously to offer condolences for what happened there months ago. the january 17 event is being called an evening of remembrance, but some relatives say it's merely a public replaces ploy. >>> a passing to note. singer patty page has died. ♪ how much is that doggy in the window ♪ ♪ the one with the waggly tail >> got to love that voice. she spent two months at number one in 1952 with "how much is that doggy in the window." and her song "tennessee waltz" reached the top of the charts. she won her only grammy award in 1999. she will be given a lifetime achievement award at the upcoming grammys. she died tuesday in california. she was 85. >> everybody loves that song. >> i love it. >>> here's your thursd
. this time facing the eggheads from stanford. first drive, stanford's kelsey young takes the handoff 16 yards in for the touchdown. early cardinal lead. the badgers come back, though. they pull within three points just before the half. this four-yard touchdown pass to jordan frederick. we jump to the fourth quarter, two minutes left. wisconsin bidding for a comeback. gets picked off here. stanford goes on to win, 20-14. wisconsin now, three straight rose bowls, three straight losses in the granddaddy of them all. >> help me out here. where is the "s" on their helmet for the cardinal? you're a brilliant man. >> scardinals. i don't know. stanford cardinal. >>> orlando is the site of georgia versus nebraska. capital one bowl, what's in your wallet? nebraska up by five. aaron murray throws this bomb, young, 75 yards for the touchdown. to the fourth quarter. bulldogs lead by seven-murray dumps a short pass across the middle. chris connelly off to the races, 87 yards for the score. murray had five touchdown passes, an all-time record. georgia wins the shootout, 45-31. >>> south carolina and michiga
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